Wiktoria Wojciechowska's photography records the ongoing effects of the war on Ukrainians, particularly young soldiers, and draws renewed attention to a conflict that seems to have been forgotten.
Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi shows us a candid side of the Raia Mutomboki, one of the largest rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The group's name is Kiswahili for "angry citizens."
Conflict zones are dangerous for journalists. Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues is a program that offers free battlefield response training in order to teach journalists how to protect themselves and save others.
Tonight on an all new episode of Black Market host Michael K. Williams meets up with a former dealer who cheated his way through games to win money.
We spoke to Paul Refsdal about his new film Dugma: The Button, in which he shadows a group of Jabhat al-Nusra fighters who have added their names to the "martyr list."
Is Kim Jong-un a threat, or just a lunatic with a weird haircut?
The militant group is losing some of its pull on Twitter, thanks to anti-ISIS propaganda and thousands of account suspensions.
A specialty visa program that helps Afghan translators who worked with the US military might not get renewed, leaving thousands without their promised reward.
The underground tunnel is believed to have helped at least 12 Jewish prisoners escape from a Nazi extermination site in Lithuania.
Mike, a 54-year-old dance teacher from England, spent six months in Iraq battling the Islamic State. We spoke to him about his time there and how he thinks the battle can be won.
AIRWARS is fighting to keep a tally of the civilian victims of the war being waged on the Islamic State from above.
The centuries-old Hamawand tribe clashed with the Ottomans, the British, and Saddam. Now they're fighting the Islamic State—with American help.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing June 10 at 11 PM.
The war photographer's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's conflicts.
Murder in the jungle.
In a new play, MINEFIELD, Falklands War veteran Lou Armour shares war stories with his former Argentinian enemies.
This morning, Obama visits Hiroshima, the UN has warned that civilians are in 'danger of starvation' in Syria, Trump pledges to cancel the Paris climate agreement, and more.
The end of a brutal siege could be a badly needed victory for the Iraqi army—or an opportunity for ISIS to score more propaganda points.
Over 60 percent of Homs has been destroyed, but architect Marwa al-Sabouni has stayed behind, "trying to rebuild the pieces around me."
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing May 6 at 11 PM.
Kim Barker, author of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, tells us what's it's like to have your experiences in Afghanistan turned into a Hollywood blockbuster.
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artifacts.
In April of 2011, a bombing in Libya killed photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, and injured Brown. This painful experience is an integral part of his new book, Libyan Sugar.
"People won't leave their houses because they are afraid of snipers."